Keystone Property Group names Richard Gottlieb president and ops chief

Keystone Property Group has named longtime executive Richard S. Gottlieb its president and chief operating officer, placing him in charge of development, management and leasing for the Conshohocken firm’s 10 million-square-foot portfolio.

He will report to former president Bill Glazer, who will remain the company’s chief executive with a focus on its long-term strategic vision and deals with institutional capital providers, Keystone said in a release on Tuesday.

Gottlieb, who joined Keystone in 2005, most recently served as its senior vice president and operating partner. His promotion comes as Keystone “seeks to expand the scope and scale of its portfolio,” the company said.

Keystone’s current holdings include the Curtis Center and the Dow building near Independence Hall, with additional commercial properties throughout Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

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